Three men have been murdered in a Sussex village, and Scotland Yard has been called in. It's a baffling case. The victims are soldiers who survived the horrors of the Great War only to meet a ghastly end in the quiet English countryside two years later. Each had been garroted, with small ID disks left in their mouths. But even Scotland Yard's presence doesn't deter this vicious and clever killer.
If you could sum up A Lonely Death in three words, what would they be?
KEEPS YOU UP
What other book might you compare A Lonely Death to and why?
Have you listened to any of Simon Prebble’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
NO THIS THE FIRST OF MANY
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
THE DOG LOOKING FOR IT'S OWENER
Any additional comments?
JUST THAT I WILL LISTEN TO THIS AGAIN.
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